Polish Police Chief Injured Following Gift Explosion by Ukrainian Official
- After a gift from Ukraine exploded, a Polish police officer sustained minor injuries.
- Polish authorities claimed that the present was from a head in Ukraine’s rescue and law enforcement agencies.
- On Thursday, Poland stated that it had asked Ukraine for an explanation.
Authorities said that Poland is seeking answers from Ukraine following a gift by a Ukrainian official to a top Polish officer commander. The explosion was near the latter’s office.
Jarosław Szymczyk, the chief of Poland’s police, suffered minor injuries from the explosion on Wednesday and was admitted to a hospital for observation, the Polish Interior Ministry said in a statement.
“Yesterday at 7.50 a.m., an explosive incident occurred in a room adjoining the office of Police Commander-in Chief,” the statement stated.
It continued, “One of the presents that the Commandant received during his working trip to Ukraine on December 11-12 exploded.”
According to the statement, it was a gift from a head official of Ukraine’s Police and Emergency Situations.
The ministry reported that a civilian employee at the Polish headquarters suffered minor injuries, but was not admitted to hospital.
The ministry stated that it had asked Ukraine for an explanation, and that a case had been opened with the prosecutor and corresponding services.
This incident occurs a month after two Polish citizens were killed in a missile attack by Russia on Ukraine. Both NATO and Poland later said the missile was likely Ukrainian air defenceEven though NATO General Secretary Jens Stoltenberg claimed that Russia was still to be blamed for the deaths, because it launched its initial attack,
Insider received no response from the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry or Poland’s Interior Ministry.
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